Sports Canada vs. Great Britain time, channel, TV schedule to watch 2021 Olympic women's soccer game

05:27  27 july  2021
05:27  27 july  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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First place in Group E will be on the line when Great Britain (1st place, six points) and Canada’s women’s national soccer team (2nd place, four points) go head-to-head in the group finale. A win for Canada will guarantee first place.

Here’s why first place matters: The top team would likely face No. 15 China or No. 9 Australia in the quarterfinals. Second place in Group E, currently occupied by Canada, would probably take on the No. 7 team in the world, Brazil. The Canadians have faced Brazil twice this year and have proven unable to score against them in a 2-0 loss (February 24) and a 0-0 draw (June 14).

“We absolutely want to win this match [vs. Great Britain], get the points, and move on to the next round,” Canada head coach Bev Priestman said in a team release. “Keeping the knockout stage in mind, we have to make sure our players are as rested and as fresh as possible, but we have an incredible depth within our group of players, and I believe this can give us a result against Great Britain.”

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The Canadians will have their hands full with forward Ellen White (below), who has scored all three of Great Britain’s goals, each assisted by right back Lucy Bronze. The British have a perfect record after two matches and have yet to concede a goal.

Ellen White - Great Britain - 2021 Olympics © Provided by Sporting News Ellen White - Great Britain - 2021 Olympics

Canada and Great Britain met once before at the Olympics in 2012, when the Canadians crushed British dreams at the London Games by eliminating them 2-0 in the quarterfinals.

Great Britain is permitted by the International Olympic Committee to field a soccer team at the Olympics using players from the different nations that make up Great Britain. The 2021 Olympic squad features 19 English players, two that hail from Scotland (Kim Little and Caroline Weir) and one from Wales (Sophie Ingle).

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How to watch Canada vs. Great Britain Olympic soccer

  • Date: Tuesday, July 27
  • Time: 7 a.m. ET
  • USA Streaming: NBCOlympics.com, TelemundoDeportes.com, NBC Sports app and Telemundo Deportes app (with user authentication)
  • Canada Streaming: CBC Gem, CBC.ca, CBC Olympics app

Canada vs. Great Britain will be available to stream in the USA on NBC Sports and Telemundo platforms.

Live coverage of the match will be available in Canada on CBC.ca and CBC’s other streaming platforms.

Canada vs. Great Britain: Projected lineups

Head coach Bev Priestman has plenty of decisions to make. First, it’s unclear whether starting goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe will be ready to go after missing out against Chile in the wake of a rib injury suffered against Chile. Kailen Sheridan ably filled in for the 2-1 win over Chile.

Defender Allysha Chapman was also kept off the matchday roster against Chile after starting the match against Japan. No updates have been provided on her status. If it was purely for rest purposes, she could return at left back.

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After getting a breather and coming off the bench against Chile, Quinn could potentially reenter the starting lineup in central midfield. If healthy, Sophie Schmidt could spot Desiree Scott, who has gone the full 90 in both matches for Canada so far.

In attack, it will be interesting to see if Nichelle Prince or Janine Beckie get a breather — Jordy Huitema and Deanne Rose are the obvious replacements. However, given the form both are experiencing, Priestman might want to allow them to continue to build a rhythm at forward in front of captain Christine Sinclair.

Vanessa Gilles (center back) and Evelyne Viens (forward) started against England in April and might also be asked to spot Kadeisha Buchanan and Christine Sinclair, respectively. As mentioned, Priestman (below) has options.

a person standing in front of a crowd: Bev Priestman - Canada - 2021 Olympics © Provided by Sporting News Bev Priestman - Canada - 2021 Olympics

For Great Britain, head coach Hege Riise made five changes to her starting lineup from the first game to the second. A few of those starters from the opener who got a breather in the second match — Rachel Daly, Millie Bright, Caroline Weir and Georgia Stanway — could also make their way back into the XI. British media is reporting that Fran Kirby is available again after sitting out the action thus far due to injury.

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Canada projected starters (4-2-2-2, left to right): 18-Kailen Sheridan-GK — 10-Ashley Lawrence, 4-Shelina Zadorsky, 3-Kadeisha Buchanan, 8-Jayde Riviere — 5-Quinn, 11-Desiree Scott — 12-Christine Sinclair, 17-Jessie Fleming — 16-Janine Beckie, 15-Nichelle Prince

Canada projected substitutes: 22-Erin McLeod-GK, 21-Gabrielle Carle, 14 Vanessa Gilles, 7-Julia Grosso, 9-Adriana Leon, 6-Deanne Rose, 13-Evelyne Viens

Canada - projected to sit out: 1-Stephanie Labbe-GK, 2-Allysha Chapman, 20-Sophie Schmidt, 19-Jordyn Huitema

Great Britain projected starters (4-2-3-1 left to right): 1-Ellie Roebuck-GK — 12-Rachel Daly, 14-Millie Bright, 5-Steph Houghton, 2-Lucy Bronze — 6-Sophie Ingle, 4-Keira Walsh — 15-Lauren Hemp, 8-Kim Little, 7-Nikita Parris — 9-Ellen White

Great Britain projected substitutes: 13-Carly Telford-GK, 3-Demi Stokes, 16-Leah Williamson, 11-Caroline Weir, 17-Georgia Stanway, 18-Jill Scott, 10-Fran Kirby

Great Britain - projected to sit out: 22-Sandy Maciver-GK, 21-Lotte Wubben-Moy, 19-Niamh Charles, 20-Ella Toone

Canada vs. Great Britain: Odds & prediction

It’s impossible to know how strong each of the lineups will be and how much each team will prioritize rest ahead of the single-elimination knockouts. But what we do know is that both teams are strong defensively: Great Britain has not conceded a goal (and only allowed a grand total of two shots on goal), and Canada has only given up just five goals in nine matches played in 2021.

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The two teams are also very familiar with one another based on recent matchups — Canada beat England 2-0 in one of those nine matches played this year — and the makeup of their coaching staffs. Canada’s head coach, Priestman, used to be an assistant coach for England. Meanwhile, Great Britain has a Canadian assistant on its staff: Canadian 2012 bronze medal winner Rhian Wilkinson.

Although Canada says it wants to win the game, it’s also true that the draw is the convenient result for both teams: It gives the British the top spot and it secures qualification as the second-place team for Canada. If Canada was to lose the match, its fate would be determined by goal differential and there’s a scenario the Canadians could be eliminated if they suffer a heavy defeat to the British.

For all the reasons above, a low-scoring, cautiously played game could prove the best odds play, with a first-half draw coming in at -105.

Prediction: Canada 0, Great Britain 0

Odds courtesy of DraftKings

  • Great Britain to win: +105
  • Draw: +210
  • Canada to win: +310
  • Canada win or tie: -125
  • Under 1.5 total goals: +190
  • 1st half draw: -105
  • Canada clean sheet: +280
  • Great Britain clean sheet: +145

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